You can earn either an Associate of Arts or a Bachelor of Arts or Science in Psychology. The faculty are committed to teaching how to understand and appreciate individuals' unique array of talents, skills and cultural heritage. In addition, we are committed to accurately disclosing professional training requirements for psychologists and to giving clear advising on career options in fields related to psychology, such as counseling.

The field of psychology requires that practitioners receive graduate-level training to practice professionally. Because of this, a bachelor's degree in psychology from any university does not fully prepare you for a professional career in psychology or counseling.

View the Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree plan.